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I have a deposit on a silver 2022 390 but am shocked at the $8900 OTD price quoted. Expected no deal because of the current supply chain issues but floored at $1000 shipping/$895 setup charges that seem to be consistent with other dealers in my area (Phoenix, AZ). I've only seen older posts on pricing so was hoping to get some feedback from anyone who recently purchased or priced a Duke 390.
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That sounds about right. I purchased my USED 390 from a dealer in California. ADM in picture is additional dealer markup, plus price for specific bikes, etc.. even used the price was $7500
OTD. I negotiated a lower price than that, but that was used. Right now gouging for cars and bikes is so ridiculous. But with gas in the high $6 per gallon around here, it was time to stop $100 fillups and start $19 fillups with bike. I’m seeing lots more bikes on streets these days.

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Thanks for the reply's! Not sure how long it will take to get the bike to the dealer so I've time to get some more quotes and hopefully some more feedback here.
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I searched online for quotes. Spent about 2 weeks looking. I started looking for a completely different, larger bike, but realized that most prices used or new were all about the same when fees were added. ( example less for bike but more in fees, or higher up front but less fees.) finally I did find a smaller family owned shop that had a good deal with no fees. Of course it sold right away.
while you wait,search for bike online and be willing to travel a longer distance to pickup ( put like 75-100 mile radius) if you find a good OTD deal, you’ll know since you researched it. The further from a city, the better the price, being in the country of California I had limited emissions options getting out of state bike, but Arizona did have some better deals for sure.
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Last year I was wanting a new Duke, but after seeing the dealer mark ups was shocked. Started searching for other brands but it was the same thing. Found a 2016 Duke 390 on facebook for $3200 and it was close to me. Got it and I am very satisfied.
 

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That’s the deals I’m talking about ! That’s a great price Bemer848! Congrats!
I should mentioned in my previous posts. My Bike had 400 miles on it, so it was slightly used. Dealer did a terrible prepping it, or rather not. They gave me the credit to make it right however. Bike looks like new. There was a private seller with about the same mileage and he wanted more once all DMV, tax, etc was added to the final (OTD) so for me twice the price paid was the best I could locate.
Goes to show look enough on cycletrader, etc, the right deal will come up, but it wouldn’t be a bike being ordered nor new, but it could be slightly used. I’ve already hit 1000 miles on the bike in three weeks, can’t see why anyone would sell such a fun bike after a few hundred miles, unless they wanted more power.. which begs the question what kind of breakin was done.. one has that question resolved obviously with new.. but at a premium.
 

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Good news!!!!!! Got a quote from a smaller dealer that's only about 25mi. away for a much better price. This was just a email quote so not a negotiated price.

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Perfect! I bought my first sv650 years ago the same way. If it’s the right bike for you, jump on it. Here in my area they no KTM 390s, all need a deposit and no deals to be had. I kicked myself when I found a 690 with low miles and the dealer was willing to sell bike without ADM, I waited too long to go buy as the next day the bike was sold.
Glad you found that smaller shop.
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Perfect! I bought my first sv650 years ago the same way. If it’s the right bike for you, jump on it. Here in my area they no KTM 390s, all need a deposit and no deals to be had. I kicked myself when I found a 690 with low miles and the dealer was willing to sell bike without ADM, I waited too long to go buy as the next day the bike was sold.
Glad you found that smaller shop.
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Original SV650 was actually my last street bike before I quit riding motorcycles 20 yrs. ago. Bad eyes and slower reactions so thinking it's better to restart on something a little slower (more fun to ride a slow bike fast than a fast bike slow) and see how it goes. The 390 Duke is also better equipped than any of the 650-700's with the exception of the Aprilia's and would like to try anti-lock brakes/slipper clutch/quick shifter/traction control on something with less than 100 hp. Duke looks fun as sh.t and I can't wait for my first ride. Thanks again for everybody's input!
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Original SV650 was actually my last street bike before I quit riding motorcycles 20 yrs. ago. Bad eyes and slower reactions so thinking it's better to restart on something a little slower (more fun to ride a slow bike fast than a fast bike slow) and see how it goes. The 390 Duke is also better equipped than any of the 650-700's with the exception of the Aprilia's and would like to try anti-lock brakes/slipper clutch/quick shifter/traction control on something with less than 100 hp. Duke looks fun as sh.t and I can't wait for my first ride. Thanks again for everybody's input!
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Pretty much sounds like me. Had kids grew with them now they are old enough for me to return- been 20 years. Different bike but what a hoot to ride the 390. I needed to get a Fuelx lite to resolve surging at low speeds, but now the 70lbs lighter bike makes me feel great ride down a local road we call pacific coast highway on early weekends. It’s different than the sv650 but for the size it can keep up with the 650, it just does it with much faster response, not speed mind you, but the response feel faster and it doesn’t get better than that exhilaration.
It’s worth the wait!
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Update of my Duke 390 purchase adventure. Unfortunately the dealer that quoted me the lower price didn't have the color option I was interested in and couldn't even guarantee they could get it because of the current supply chain issues. Since I had digital proof of the quote I figured the dealer I had a deposit with would probably match the quote to salvage the deal but surprisingly wouldn't saying they would be losing money on that amount (???). I only consider the lower price quote ($7700) a fair deal and had already decided to walk away from anything less, which is what I did. Since then I ran across a couple of sources for vinyl graphic kits for the Duke that I actually much prefer to either of the standard KTM graphic options so will explore this and hopefully it works out.
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Wheels on the bike I would be getting would be black with orange decals but shouldn't change the overall look very much. What do you think?
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I have a deposit on a silver 2022 390 but am shocked at the $8900 OTD price quoted. Expected no deal because of the current supply chain issues but floored at $1000 shipping/$895 setup charges that seem to be consistent with other dealers in my area (Phoenix, AZ). I've only seen older posts on pricing so was hoping to get some feedback from anyone who recently purchased or priced a Duke 390.
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That's insane, I won't pay ADM...I have 2 deals here in so cal for alot less than that and have another on an aprilia tuono 660.....MSRP plus TTL and freight......always have to check multiple dealerships and be willing to walk away and for God's sake stay the F Away from del amo motorsports......they wanted 3k ADM on 9k bike......they called back after I declined too.....don't even want to hear it......market will be changing and people won't be buying bikes.....just have to decide between tuono or the 390

Never pay ADM.....they are doing fine with MSRP...
 
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